Koivukylä health center

Note! Koivukylä health station and is closed on Wednesday 29 March from 10:30 to 16:00. In acute cases, you can seek care at Korso health station (Naalipolku 6 B) at 10:30–16.

Urgent cases

For urgent care on weekdays, contact your own health center.

  • Patients without a personal doctor: go to the health center on weekdays from 8:00 to 16:00 without an advance appointment.
    • Report in the waiting room in lobby 1.
    • Report for assessment of the need for care at the latest at 15:00.
  • Patients with a personal doctor: call your own team from Monday to Thursday from 8:00 to 11:00 and from 13:00 to 14:00, on Fridays from 8:00 to 11:00.
    • Team A, tel. 09 839 37401
    • Team B, tel. 09 839 37402
    • If you do not know your own team, call the team based on the first letter of your last name; team A: A–L and team B: M–Ö.
    • During phone consultation hours, it is worth your while to remain in the queue. If you hang up and call again, you will be placed last in the queue.
  • Health counseling in Vantaa is available on weekdays from 8:00 to 16:00, tel. 09 839 10023

Urgent care in the evening, at night and over the weekend or in case of acute and severe illnesses:

  • Seek help at the around-the-clock health center on-call service at Peijas hospital (Sairaalakatu 1, 01400 Vantaa), tel. 09 471 67060

In case of an emergency, call 112.

On-call nurse without advance appointment

You can come to an appointment with an on-call nurse without an appointment in case of

  • acute wound, small accident,
  • patient with blood pressure and symptoms
  • suspected sexually transmitted disease
  • child's sickness certificate for guardians
  • need for short sickness absence: stomach flu, cold, diagnosed migraine

NOTE: Koivukylä health center does not take pharynx or urine samples. When required, contact the health center. The health center will give you a referral to HusLab.

Non-urgent cases

Would you like to book an appointment or inquire about your lab results?

  • Call your own team from Monday to Thursday from 8:00 to 11:00 and from 13:00 to 14:00, on Fridays from 8:00 to 11:00.
    • Team A, tel. 09 839 37401
    • Team B, tel. 09 839 37402
  • If you do not know your own team, call the team based on the first letter of your last name; team A: A–L and team B: M–Ö.
  • During phone consultation hours, it is worth your while to remain in the queue. If you hang up and call again, you will be placed last in the queue.

Would you like to ask for advice?

  • Health counseling in Vantaa is available on weekdays from 8:00 to 16:00, tel. 09 839 10023

Ask a public-health nurse

  • Public-health nurses' phone consultation hours are on weekdays from 12:00 to 13:00, tel. 09 839 37439 and 09 83937406

Public-health nurses advise on issues related to lifestyles, diabetes, mental health, blood pressure, and cholesterol. You can also make an appointment with a public-health nurse by calling the team phone numbers.

The deaf and the hearing impaired

Deaf and hearing-impaired Vantaa residents can make or cancel appointments by text messages. When making an appointment, a nurse may text questions clarifying the customer's situation.

  • Write your full name, identity number, and reason for appointment in your text message and send it to phone number 050 304 2777.

Problems with substance abuse?

You can ask a substance-abuse nurse about advice, if you are worried about your own or your relative's use of intoxicants. You can make an appointment with a substance-abuse nurse by phone from Monday to Thursday: 8:00-11:00 and 13:00-14:00 and Friday: 8:00-11:00, tel. 09 839 37402.

Do you need a vaccination?

Vaccinations are given on Fridays from 8:00 to 9:00, no appointment required, at waiting area 4. Take a queue number at the waiting area. We give the most common vaccines (tetanus D, polio, MMR) as well as basic vaccines for travelers (bring your own vaccines with you). The prescriptions for voluntary vaccines will be given by a doctor.

Note! Only Tikkurila and Myyrmäki health centers provide yellow fever vaccination and anti-malarial drugs.

Measure your blood pressure

You can measure you blood pressure yourself at lobby 1 (to the right from the elevators).